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    How hard is Edexcel Maths in AS and A Level?
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    Not hard.
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    AS should be fine if your at A/A* level at GSCE. If your not then you'll just have to work harder but its still doable. Don't listen to teachers who say that its really hard, in reality it will probably be one of your easiest subjects if you work relatively hard.
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    It's not that hard, I think it is supposed to be one of the easiest a-levels out there actually. I find that with maths, the most important thing is to practice, that is how you can succeed.

    If you have done Edexcel GCSE maths (and possibly FSMQ) then you will see that C1 and C2 are similar with just a few new topics.
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    Fairly easy.
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    You could have put all your threads into one and not spam the A Level forum.
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    (Original post by lan5)
    How hard is Edexcel Maths in AS and A Level?
    AS Maths is piss easy. Just need to practice the stuff. The papers are becoming slightly different with more thinking questions but Ive seen the papers that were used this past season and quite frankly there was nothing difficult or different as compared to past papers. Every exam will have 10-15 marks that you'll need to think about.

    A2 Maths is definitely harder, but not too difficult if you practice.*
 
 
 
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